Awards

Rannock Trophy

The Rannock Trophy

SACB High Point Trophies

High Point Trophies are earned by ASH registered horses and SACB members who attend at SACB nominated High Point Shows and Challenges. These are yearly awards run on a financial year show season. See an explanation of the trophies on offer further down this page.

Nomination Forms are now required to be filled in by competitors, to make the committee job of calculating the awards simpler. Visit the forms page to download.

Other SACB Sponsored Awards

The SACB has awarded ribbons and prizes at Polocrosse tounaments, Dressage championships, Show Horse of the Year and Pony Club State Championships. We endeavour to work with other committees to enable these awards to continue. If you are seeking sponsorship of ASH in a particular discipline, please contact write a letter to the SACB committee seeking sponsorship. If you have suggestions for other events where ASH horses could be given prizes please direct them to a committee member.

SA Management Council Awards

The SA State Management Council also run High Point Awards.
See the forms page for Management Council High Point Award nomination forms.

A Campdraft award for SA competitors has also been introduced by the South East of SA Branch. Find a nomination form on the forms page.

SACB Trophies:

RANNOCK TROPHY—donated by friends of Rannock

The “Rannock Trophy” is awarded to the Ridden High Point Horse Of the Year, season beginning 1st August, points awarded at the Shows and Events organized by the Committee.
Approved Shows and Events will published in the newsletter/website at least two months prior to the date of the first event, detailing that they are high point shows.
The award is ridden events only and points will only be gained where the horse is being judged. The long reining is the only exception to this rule.
Ridden events, where the horse is being judged are to count regardless of the division of age and sex. Youth Events and ASHLA classes will not be counted.

1st  = 3 points,  2nd = 2 points, 3rd = 1 point, Champion = 1 point, Reserve Champion ½ point. (If two or more horses compete for Champion). A count back system will be used in the event of a tie.

SWEET ZEM –Donated by Mrs. Nancy Gower

All Youth Events. For registered ASH ridden or led by a Junior Member. To be competed for at SA Central Branch ASH High Point Shows.
1st = 3 points, 2nd = 2 points, 3rd = 1 point, Champion = 1 point, Reserve Champion = ½ point. A count back system will be used in the event of a tie.

MOST IMPROVED YOUTH TROPHY– Donated by Hoad Water Cartage Pty Ltd

The Most Improved Youth Trophy is Open to Riders under 18yrs (Ridden or Led).
Ages: Junior under 13yrs. Riders under 13yrs of age may be on an unregistered horse of any breed. Juvenile 13yrs and under 18yrs.
Criteria for Judging:
Must be a Member of the SACB and ASHS.
Must be competing regularly at SACB High Point Shows.
Must show Keen Enthusiasm, Good Horsemanship and Sportsmanship.
Trophy can be presented to more than one participant. In a tie situation it can be presented to two riders. Members can share the trophy for half a year each and then return the trophy for the next years presentations.
This is an achievement award only. No points will be allocated for this trophy.

MEMPHIS PARK YOUNG HORSE TROPHY – Donated by Memphis Park

For colts, fillies and geldings, 3 years and under in led classes only  where the horse is to be judged as a whole (i.e. not best presented).
To be competed for at 3 or more SA Central Branch ASH high point shows. Also to be included in this age group are any placings at the SA Futurity / Maturity Show held each year and the Adelaide Royal Show.
1st = 3 points, 2nd = 2 points, 3rd = 1 point, Champion = 1 point, Reserve Champion = ½ point. A count back system will be used in the event of a tie.

FIRST SEASON HIGH POINT TROPHY – donated by P & J Gower

Spirit: The Trophy is aimed at giving encouragement and recognition to the horse competing in its first full season of led and ridden events at SA Central Branch Shows.
Rules: To be judged from all led and ridden events where the horse is judged.
To be competed for at 3 or more SA Central Branch High point Shows.
Any ASH competing in its first full season of ridden competition. A full season is defined as attendance, under saddle at three or more Branch High Point Shows, in any one show season and includes all led events for that season. Any Horse which has not won a branch End of Year Trophy in any previous season, becomes re-eligible if it is absent from branch shows for three seasons or it changes ownership. No horse can win the trophy twice.
1st = 3 points, 2nd = 2 points, 3rd = 1 point, Champion = 1 point, Reserve Champion = ½ point. A count back system will be used in the event of a tie.  One Horse / one rider combination ONLY in the event of a tie.

LOCHINVAR GELDING TROPHY – Donated by Mrs. Lorraine Micke

For Geldings 4 years and over in all led and ridden events where the horse is judged. (Excluding Best Presented, Youth Events and ASHLA).
To be competed for at SA Central Branch ASH high point shows and at high point Challenge Shows (Youth, Encourage and Open overall winners to count).
1st = 3 points, 2nd = 2 points, 3rd = 1 point, Champion = 1 point, Reserve Champion = ½ point. A count back system will be used in the event of a tie.

EDEN EYRE STALLION TROPHY — Donated by Mr Malcolm Mitchell

For Stallions 4 years and over in all led and ridden events where the horse is judged. (Excluding Best Presented, Youth Events and ASHLA).
To be competed for at SA Central Branch ASH high point shows and at high point Challenge Shows (Youth, Encourage and Open overall winners to count).
1st = 3 points, 2nd = 2 points, 3rd = 1 point, Champion = 1 point, Reserve Champion = ½ point. A count back system will be used in the event of a tie.

SKYVIEW STUD MARE TROPHY –  Donated by Skyview Stud

For Mares 4 years and over in all led and ridden events where the horse is judged. (Excluding Best Presented, Youth Events and ASHLA).
To be competed for at SA Central Branch ASH high point shows and at high point Challenge Shows (Youth, Encourage and Open overall winners to count).
1st = 3 points, 2nd = 2 points, 3rd = 1 point, Champion = 1 point, Reserve Champion = ½ point. A count back system will be used in the event of a tie.

SUNNYRIVER ASH ASHLA HIGH POINT TROPHY 
– Donated by Sunnyriver ASH.

To encourage and recognize ASHLA Members in our own SA Central Branch– ASHLA rules and regulations apply to all events. Riders must be a financial Member of ASHLA, the SACB and the ASHS, and their horses ASH registered.
ASHLA events only to be counted.
1st = 3 points, 2nd = 2 points, 3rd = 1 point, Champion = 1 point, Reserve Champion = ½ point. A count back system will be used in the event of a tie. One Horse / one rider combination ONLY in the event of a tie.

HENTSCHKE HIGH POINT OPEN CHALLENGE TROPHY— donated by Hentschke Family

For SA Central Branch Members who have placed in selected High Point Challenge Events, during the Show Season. All competitors competing for High Points must be financial members of the ASHS or the immediate family member of a financial ASHS member.

First place = 5 points, Second place = 4 points, Third place = 3 points, Fourth place = 2 points, Fifth place = 1 point.

Each Challenge to consist of the same number of events. Examples: Key hole, time trial, barrel race, utility pattern.

SUPREME CHAMPION EXHIBIT WILL ALSO GIVE YOU AN EXTRA 1 POINT.
THIS APPLIES TO ALL TROPHIES WHERE RELEVANT.